Type: Industrial Automaton T3 Technician Droid
Space Transports 2D
Computer Programming/Repair 6D
Droid Programming 4D
Droid repair 4D
Computer Systems Diagnosis 4D
Structural integrity analysis 3D
power cell repair 3D
Small electronics repair 3D
* Three wheeled legs (one retractable)
* Retractable heavy grasper arm (lifting skill at 2D)
* Two Retractable fine work grasper arms
* Extendable 0.3 metre long periscopic video sensor (360 rotation)
* Extendable 0.5 metre long computer interface arm.
* Extendable 0.5 metre long structural diagnosis sensor (360 rotation)
* Extendable 0.7 metre long micro video sensor (360 rotation)
* Fifteen various standard data ports (allows access to most computer systems in use throughout the galaxy)
* Small electric solderer with attached dual fine-manipulators (1D damage, 0.3 metre range, lifting at 1D)
* Video display screen
* Holographic projector/recorder
* Fire extinguisher
* Acoustic signaller
* Small (20cm. by 8 cm.) internal "cargo" area
* Some additional electronics and technical tools and equipment
* Industrial Automaton SortMaster data storage and collation software (adds +1D to all computer programming/reapir rolls involving data research)
* Industrial Automaton Info-shifter Pro data analysis software (adds +1D to all computer programming/reapir rolls involving analysis and collation of data).
Size: 1 metre
Cost: 5,200 new, 2,970 used
Capsule: The T3 was Industrial Automaton's answer to the technicians of the galaxy. Whereas the R2 series was aimed towards repair and mechanical aspects, the T3 was aimed towards the technical side. Designed as a technical assistant for more mundane aspects of programming and diagnosis, it has also found a niche in being grouped with it's R-series cousins where it fulfills a specialist role (though preliminary reports hint at the droids becoming exceedingly bossy in these capacities). It can hold up to 4 hyperspace jump coordinates in memory. The most common use for the droid, however, is in the electronics repair services industry, where they free up technicians to work on more severe problems than a busted microwave, a printer having a data infarction, or somebody's laptop acting wierd.
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